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cover_release_smPOSSESSED – by Ken FraserWorld Record holder for Bluefin Tuna


Bridgetown, Nova Scotia – July 16, 2008 – A life’s dream was realized in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia today when Ken Fraser’s tour-de-force book on the Giant Bluefin industry rolled off the presses.

Current World record holder Ken Fraser has succeeded in compiling the definitive book dedicated to the exciting world of Giant Bluefin Tuna fishing. This full-colour, 245 page chronicle of the lives of the giant bluefin world record holders is certain to be a page turner.

Giant bluefin tuna fishermen believe these fish are possessed, a feeling derived from many years of staring into the bluefins empty eyes.

From his days in North Lake, PEI, to the riveting account of his 1496 lb world record catch, to the anecdotes of the tuna fishermen in Atlantic Canada, this book promises to be the ultimate history of Canadian bluefin tuna fishing.

About the Author

Ken Fraser was born in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in July 1936. His got his first taste of giant bluefin fishing in 1970 when a good friend of his hooked a world record fish, and Ken was also hooked.

Ken Fraser is the reigning world record holder for bluefin tuna and currently owns and operates a campground in the heart of Bridgetown, Nova Scotia with his wife, Madge.

For more information about POSSESSED, please visit www.kenfraser.ca or contact Ken Fraser at 902-665-2801.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 13 September 2008 )
 
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